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Komaneka at Bisma was amazing! It truly exceeded our expectations! The room was perfect...very big and clean! There is a nice separate seating area and very large bathroom (bathroom vanity could use better lighting). The balcony was more like a deck, very large with a...More
We stayed 3 days at the komaneka and it was one of our best experience ever. The hotel is truly amazing, the infinity pool is one of a kind :) the view is breath taking. We just loved every minute we spent there. The staff...More
Such an amazing place!
I travelled with a 7 year old and 1 year old and they were really helpful sorting out activities (pizza with the chef) for my 8 year old but also a nanny so mummy could squeeze a massage in.
What an amazing hotel with the friendliest staff. We had a suite for 3 nights and it was simply gorgeous. The private pool was perfect for cooling off in, the bedroom, lounge area and bathroom were furnished to a very high standard. The food in...More
From the moment we walked in the staff where amazingly warm friendly and helpful. Nothing was too much for them. They even went out of the way to get a plaster for my daughter from the local mini mart late at night and didn't ask...More
They do a quite reasonable pizza ("woodfired" ) which we had for lunch once. Cannot remember cost , but very reasonable. As for evenings, we chose to go into town because a) there is the free shuttle , b) the restaurant is... More
They do a quite reasonable pizza ("woodfired" ) which we had for lunch once. Cannot remember cost , but very reasonable. As for evenings, we chose to go into town because a) there is the free shuttle , b) the restaurant is rather bright and soulless and empty at night. On the other hand there is so much choice in Ubud, and getting around is tiring due to the traffic..As I said in my review , there's 2 nice eating places right where the shuttle drops you at the in-town Komenica. I think we paid say 400K IDR (ie GBP24) for meal for 2 at Centa bar/restnt (similar at Wayan)